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  • Meat
    Pork – Once thought of as a problem ingredient for dogs, pork is becoming a known good source of quality protein. Rarely used in current foods makes it useful for dogs that struggle with intolerances that may have never had this ingredient. Beef – A highly digestible and highly palatable meat source for dogs. Beef is also Rich in essential amino acids, minerals and vitamins.
  • Poultry
    Turkey – Turkey meat is a source of iron, zinc, potassium and phosphorus. It is also a source of vitamin B6 and niacin, which are both essential for the body’s energy production. Chicken – Chicken helps builds lean muscle mass in dogs and contains Omega 6 fatty acids that help sustain healthy skin and coats. It’s also a great source of amino acids and glucosamine which promote bone health. Duck – Duck is a very palatable and very good source of quality protein. It also contains vitamin A and B3, as well as several important minerals
  • Fish
    Salmon – Salmon is an excellent source of vitamin B12, vitamin D and selenium. It is a good source of niacin, omega-3 fatty acids, protein, phosphorus and vitamin B6. It is also a good source of choline, pantothenic acid, biotin and potassium. Trout – Trout is a great source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6 and potassium and a rich or high source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, vitamin B3, vitamin B12, phosphorus and selenium. Haddock – Haddock is packed full of essential vitamins such as vitamins B3, B6 and B12 and omega-3 fatty acids, which help promote heart health.
  • Fruit & Vegetables
    Cranberries – Cranberries are rich in vitamin C and health-promoting antioxidants. They have also been widely recognised as helping to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI’s) by preventing the harmful bacteria and fungi from latching on to the wall of the urinary tract. Apple – Apple is a good source of fiber as well as vitamin A and C. Sweet Potato – Sweet Potatoes contains much more fibre than a standard potatoes, they are a fantastic source of vitamin A, and is also rich in vitamins C and B6 and several minerals. Potatoes – Potatoes contain some dietary fibre as well as vitamin C, vitamin B6 and potassium. Peas – Green peas contain health-promoting antioxidants as well as a wide spectrum of nutrients including vitamins C, K and B1, manganese, fibre and folate. Beet Pulp – Beet pulp (the fibrous material from sugar beets which is left-over after sugar production) is used in dog food as a dietary fibre supplement. The sugar is almost completely removed leaving behind an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fibre Asparagus – Asparagus is an excellent source of vitamin K, folate, copper, selenium, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C, and vitamin E. It is a very good source of dietary fibre, manganese, phosphorus, vitamin B3, potassium, choline, vitamin A, zinc, iron, protein, vitamin B6, and pantothenic acid. Carrot – A nutritious source of vitamin A which is used to maintain healthy vision. Carrots also contain numerous minerals, soluble fibre and they are abundant with natural anti oxidants. Broccoli – This nutrient packed veg is full of vitamin A, C and K. It is also rich in folate and manganese and is very low in fat and calories. Broccoli is also an excellent source of dietary fibre.
  • How is the food made?
    Our food is made from the highest quality ingredients which can be tracked back to British farms. The food is cooked at 82 degrees, this helps preserve the digestibility of proteins and the survival of the natural vitamins and minerals within the food.
  • What makes the puppy food different to the adult dog food?
    Puppies require an appropriately high protein level to support growth and development through this crucial phase in life. This is usually higher than an adult’s requirement, as this is the fastest development phase within a dog’s lifetime. During this phase, they also require an appropriate and controlled Calcium and Phosphorus level to ensure correct skeletal development, which is especially important for large breed puppies.
  • What's special about the adult dog food?
    Our Adult Dog recipes are formulated to be complete and balanced to provide all the nutrients that a dog needs to live a healthy and happy life. They are formulated using various combinations of highly digestible proteins, carbohydrates and functional ingredients. There are plenty of delicious recipes to choose from to please you dog!
  • Why is there a separate dog food for older dogs?
    Our senior recipes are designed to be suitable for those dogs over seven years old. A senior diet is designed to help support the joints, have higher fibre content to help ‘keep things moving’, and have reduced energy content to help prevent weight gain in those golden years. A careful blend of Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM helps support cartilage for healthy joints. These recipes include L-Carnitine, an essential amino acid that can help maintain a healthy weight and lean muscle mass.
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